## Online roulette strategies and systems

The search for the perfect roulette strategy is almost as old as the game itself and countless advisors and surefire strategies are offered (mostly for a fee) on the Internet and in relevant bookstores by alleged strategy roulette masters.

Roulette is a game of chance, so on principle there cannot be a 100% sure strategy for winning. Nevertheless, a look at the TOP online roulette strategies is important and you can learn a lot about the game. Only the bank can win safely in online roulette. On the following page you will find a list of popular roulette systems that will help you find your best roulette system.

**The best roulette strategies 2020**

Most strategies are based on mathematical series, which were analyzed with the help of the probability calculation in order to find regularities for the betting decision. With the help of most roulette systems, very high winnings are possible, however, in the worst case, they can also lead to very high losses.

So you should also have an exit strategy when replaying the strategies to avoid high losses. Sometimes accepting a small loss is the best strategy to prevent a high loss. The historically most successful strategy was based on so-called “biased wheels”, which however is not applicable in the online roulette casino. Players searched for roulette tables with slight flaws, which had resulted in certain numbers more often than the statistical probability. At a time when technology was not yet fully developed, this method could be called the best roulette system. Even today, many players try to closely monitor the croupier to guess the outcome based on how he throws the ball into the cauldron. You do not have this option in the online casino – here the exit is always random. Even at the live casino, where you keep an eye on the croupier via a video stream, the visual possibilities are usually not sufficient to derive a sensible online roulette strategy.

**The Martingale system**

This roulette system is based on a very simple strategy. The player bets on a 50 percent chance: red or black, even or odd, high or low. In the simplest Martingale classique variant, you start your game by betting on the opposite field (Perdante) of the last win. For example, if red wins, you bet on black.

If you win, you cut the profit and the game starts again. If you lose, you double the bet until you win. Then you start again. The danger is that you can run out of money or exceed the maximum bet before you win. This can happen with the Martingale Roulette System faster than most fans can or would like to imagine. An observation of the course of the game so far does not increase the chances of winning, because although the probability of each individual game is always 50%, this rate cannot be extrapolated in any form to the further results. A perfect roulette system is not this time honored method either.

**The Labouchère system**

A somewhat more complex variant of the Martingale strategy is the Labouchère system, also known as Montante Américaine. Here the player writes 4 numbers on a piece of paper before the bet: 1–2–3–4 and sets the sum of the two outer numbers: 1 + 4 = 5. If he wins, he crosses it out: (1) –2–3– (4). Then he sets the sum of the two remaining numbers: 2 + 3 = 5. If he loses, he adds the last sum: (1) –2–3– (4) –5 and sets 2 + 5 = 7. If he manages to cross out all the numbers in the course of the game, he has achieved his goal and won ten times. Although this variant extends the game, it is still no guarantee of a safe win. The above series of numbers can also be represented in a very complicated formula, which is still not usable as a functioning roulette system, because the random principle of this strategy simply puts a spanner in the works.

**The Paroli Roulette System**

In contrast to the martingale system, in which the player raises the bet after each loss, the paroli game leaves the bet after a win. If you win again, you increase the stake by this win and so on. After the fourth win in a row, the goal has already been reached and the win is skimmed off and the original bet is placed in a new field. If the player loses, the series starts again. The chance with this variant exists on the one hand in the limitation to four games, on the other hand in the simplicity. You don’t have to worry about which field to bet on after every game, the win simply stops. Of course, there is no guarantee that you will win in the long run with the Paroli game. This method is definitely not part of the roulette system that works. It is important to adhere to your own limit.

**The follow-the-leader system**

The follow-the-leader system is not a sophisticated strategy based on formulas or probabilities. Take a look at the most successful player at the table and then do exactly the same, put the same sums on the same boxes. At a land-based casino, you have ample opportunity to look at each table and see the amount of chips or chips in front of the players. This becomes more difficult with the online game, even with the live game, the players only exchange information via a chat. But even with this method, you can fall on your stomach faster than you would like: if the leader is left with luck from now on.

**The strategy under the law of compensation**

This theory is based on the assumption that different results will eventually balance each other out. For example, if you always bet on red and black always wins, the player assumes that red MUST come at some point or that red will come as often as black at some point. On the one hand, you don’t have enough money to win ANYWHERE, on the other hand, black can always come, as here too, only chance rules. Accordingly, you should not rely on this law when it comes to gambling, otherwise you could be badly disappointed and lose a lot of money.

**The strategy according to the law of deviations**

Very similar to the law of compensation, the law of deviations “works”. In principle, it also means that the results will eventually even out, but not only refer to two options, but to all the numbers in the boiler. So at some point all the numbers should fall the same number of times. If you play American Roulette, you are already dealing with two zero fields that mess up the whole probability calculation. Especially with this law, it would take an infinitely long time for all the numbers to win the same number of times. But no player has that much time and money, so you should also keep your hands off this casino roulette system.

**The D’Alembert Roulette System**

This is a kind of pyramid system. Here the stake is increased after losses and reduced after profits. After an equal number of wins and losses, there should theoretically always be an increase in chips or chips. The idea is also based on the law of equalization, but meets the harsh reality in the form of chance again in online roulette, is slowed down by the casino’s maximum betting rules or thrown out of the game by one’s own losses. Rather try to bet on your favorite number or your partner’s date of birth, that’s safer.

**The dozen grid strategy**

Another very popular online roulette system, where you bet on one of the three longitudinal rows. Decisive for the choice of the dozen to rely on is the “popularity” of the twelve series. The dozen theory assumes that one row of twelve is always favored by the ball during an evening. Therefore, you should watch the course of the game for a long time. If the popular series of twelve obviously changes, you bet on the corresponding new popular dozen. The amount of the bet is increased in the game from minimum to maximum. Again, the increasing bet size can hit the player hard. Since this strategy has no real mathematical or statistical basis for winning roulette, it is actually just as sensible or pointless as any other. Try it out.

**The favorite game**

Basically the opposite of the dozen grid strategy. Here it is assumed that the ball hits only two thirds of the fields during a series of games, some several times and others from the “bad” third never. The problem here is to see exactly which fields it is. Of course you have to follow the course of the game for a long time. Like the dozen raster strategy, the favorite game in software-based roulette fails completely, since preference is prevented by a sophisticated random number generator. Even with live roulette, the time periods are not sufficient to make a reasonable observation. And even if there is a preference, chance can still cut in between. Even the most beautiful roulette win system doesn’t help.

**The Parlay system**

In the original form, this system does not really deserve the name “system” or even “strategy”: you simply put everything in one field. If you won, you placed the original bet and the winnings again in one field. If you lost, you went home. This is how you can play roulette with a system: either you break the bank or lose everything. In the meantime, this simple hair-raising method has been refined a little. You set a limit on the initial bet and the losses. Then you bet either on a number, on red or black. If you win, you bet and win. If you lose, you take a step back. If you win again, you place the second and third winnings on the original bet. If you have adjusted to four losses and lost, the row starts at the front. The same applies here: you should count on losses, hope for profits and never use more money than you can easily digest as a loss.

**The Fibonacci system**

The so-called Fibonacci series of numbers has been known almost since ancient times and follows a very simple formula: add one number to the next. Then add the result to the next one. Specifically, it looks like this: 1, 1 (0 + 1), 2 (1 + 1), 3 (1 + 2), 5 (2 + 3), and so on. Interestingly, this sequence of numbers can also be found in nature and can be seen, for example, in the arrangement of sunflower seeds in bloom, etc. The following strategy can then be derived for using the numbers as roulette systems: First note down the number series and set a limit , to which use one goes. 21 is often chosen as the last Fibonacci number. Then one sets e.g. one euro on black. Until you lose. Then again a euro until you do not continue to win. Then come two euros, then five euros and on to the limit number. As soon as you win, take a step back in the row for the next bet. This reduces the possible loss. Like all other strategies, there is no guarantee of profit on the Fibonacci numbers, unfortunately there is no such thing as the perfect roulette system, even if allegedly new roulette systems appear on the Internet every month. Playing with this series of numbers is actually very fun and interesting.

**In our opinion, the best strategy is a good “bankroll strategy”**

Never risk all of your money on a single game, but stick to bets where losing doesn’t ruin you. Set a minimum and maximum loss for your game at the table. So you can cash in on good days and if things don’t go well, end the game and hope for more luck on your next game round.